Last year, Animal Control in Mobile County, Alabama received around 3,000 complaints about roaming dogs that are also aggressive. Next year, the officers from animal control will be able to get a hold on these dogs in order to make the area safer for the citizens.
– A new statute will help citizens in Mobile County, Alabama.
– One of the top problems in the county is about roaming and aggressive dogs.
– The statute asks dog owners to…
One of the citizens has a two-year-old in her home and she said that she is concerned over these roaming dogs that come in and out of their yard. Another resident revealed that two Pit Bulls tore a cat in half on hi porch and he is sure that these same dogs were also the ones who ripped the back leg of his neighbor’s doggo. Also, children who are supposed to go to school and are being picked up by school buses are in danger of getting bitten by these dogs because they chase the bus and the children.
The statute will require dog owners to keep their doggos confined or leashed in their properties at all times. The fine for those who will go against the statute will be from $2 to $50.
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